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    Honeywell with Febreze Freshness Cool & Refresh Fan – Review

    The Honeywell with Febreze Cool and Refresh Fan is the perfect solution for homes that want to get those annoying smells out and stay cool at the same time. This unique product will fit nicely in your home while providing a refreshing scent that reaches far and wide without being intrusive. The Honeywell with Febreze […]

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    Cozy Up to the Dyson Hot Fan Heater This Winter – Hands On

    The Dyson Hot is the latest innovation from Dyson that is looking to give a facelift to the average household appliance.  Similar in design to the Dyson Air Multiplier, the Dyson Hot also utilizes multiplier technology, drawing in air that is then amplified six times filling the room with warm air. So just as the […]

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    Stay Cool and Dry with the Fanbrella at the Beach this Summer

    Summer is just around the corner and this umbrella could be the perfect addition to your beach arsenal. The Fanbrella looks like an average umbrella (and an invention you might find on an episode of Shark Tank)  but it actually has a built-in motorized fan! With a press of a button the fan will spin […]

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    Hands on with the Dyson Air Multiplier

    Today we had the opportunity of meeting with James Dyson himself and getting a hands-on with the new Dyson Air Multiplier. If you haven’t heard about it already, the Air Multiplier is the world’s first “bladeless fan” that can produce an interrupted stream of smooth air without any buffeting. We’d by lying if we said […]

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    Bionic Commando XBox 360 Review

    Based on the original Bionic Commando from Nintendo, Capcom decided to bring it back and give it a whirl with updated graphics and game play. Well they should have left it alone. The story starts with Nathan Spencer, the Bionic Commando being brought back into action by the same force that imprisoned him after he […]

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    Comic-Con ’09 – Great Costumes, Cool Software, No Gadgets

    We headed over to this weekend’s Comic-Con ’09 at the Javitz Center in New York, in search of some gadgetry. Unfortunately we were rather disappointed by the gadget turn out, granted it is a convention centered on Comics, Manga and other geeky stuff – But we figured we’d find something tech-worthy. Regardless, we can’t help […]

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    Hands on with Resident Evil 5

    We got a chance to spend a little time yesterday with the latest installment of Resident Evil 5 from Capcom. Many will assume its the same thing all over again. Just another polished up release that features better graphics and more zombies to kill. However you would be wrong. Yes the basics are all there, […]

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    Rock Band 2 for Xbox 360 Review

    So last year around this time we had the chance of a lifetime to review Rock Band. When we completed the review all we could say was WOW! It had everything you would want and more from a rhythm game. It opened up the genre to something new and exciting and took it places that […]

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    MEdiaCOre, the All in One PC Case that Looks like an End Table

    Tired of your PC case looking like an eyesore and wish it looked like something hip like the Mac.  How about a piece of furniture instead? Then you may fancy the MEdiaCOre, the first PC case that resembles an end table. This beautiful “end table” comes in cherry wood or oak with a glass top and can easily […]

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    Casio Pathfinder PAW500T-7V Watch Review

    The Casio Pathfinder (PAW500T-7V), with it’s new twin sensor may seem like a watch only meant for rugged men. But it’s many outdoorsy features appeal to women as well. That’s why it was designed for both. The best part is we got a chance to review it and abuse it and see if it would […]

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    SoulCalibur IV X-Box 360 Review

    After a very Disappointing SoulCalibur III, I was under the assumption that the new installment, SoulCalibur IV wasn’t going to be much better. Then one day after flipping though a gaming magazine oh about 6 months ago, there it was, Yoda on the cover. That is all SoulCalibur needed to get my attention once again. […]

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    JayBird JB-200 Bluetooth Stereo Headset Review

    Ironically, Bluetooth has been around for nearly 15 years; However, for most of this time, this technology was dormant. Thus, leading some experts in the technology field wondering whether Bluetooth would become what BETA players and its technology had become with the advent of VHS technology during the 1980’s —- Extinct (VHS had won out […]

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    Isisdei Laptop Sleeves and Accessories Review

    Isisdei recently spoiled us by sending some of their newest laptop sleeves for us to review. Their sleeves are trendy and fashionable and will certainly make anyone look at the sleeve your laptop is in, rather than be curious about what’s in the sleeve. Just recently released is the “Gold Fish“, Paisley Sleeve, and “The […]

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    Ugobe Pleo Review

    When the Pleo was released back in December of 07′ I was curious to see if this robotic dinosaur lived up to all the hype. Was is it truly intuitive with humans and could it somehow become another member of your family? While originally marketed with kids in mind, Pleo became the pet for adults […]

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    Samsung YP-S2 Pebble MP3 Player Review

    In April we had the chance to go to the Samsung Spring Fever event and check out  some new products being released soon from Samsung. One of the items that struck us as especially unique was the YP-S2 MP3 Player aka the “Pebble.” It was tiny and adorable and definitely female friendly. It would certainly […]

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    Oakley Split THUMP MP3 Sunglasses Review

    The Split THUMP from Oakley is another addition to the Oakley THUMP family of sunglasses with built-in MP3 Players. I for one was never a fan of the original THUMP. I felt they were extremely masculine looking and certainly would not be considered very attractive on any woman. The Split THUMP however is a more […]

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    SpaceNavigator for Notebooks Review

    It is a pretty well known fact that the typical optical mouse can be a trying to work with in 3D environments. You just don’t have that much flexibility to rotate items or pan smoothly. Especially when it comes to being on the road and you only have your dedicated laptop trackpad, it can be […]

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    TV Wonder HD 650 Combo for Mac Review

    My Plasma is my best friend, when I get home it’s the first thing I greet. But these days I haven’t been feeling so well and I wanted to watch TV in bed. I really didn’t want to have to pay for another cable box or get another small TV. I figured I would just […]

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    The Sims 2: Castaway Review

    Ever since acquiring Maxis (the original makers of the Sims Franchise), Electronic Arts (EA) has managed to create and expound on a very viable, highly addictive computer game that has achieved a cult like following; turning it into a sub culture, complete with its very own vernacular that continues to capture the hearts, minds, imaginations […]

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    Boynq Alibi Web Cam Review

    The Consumers Electronic Show (CES) ushers in the New Year by giving one a bird’s eyes view of what products will be available in the months ahead. Some of the electronic products offered cover the gamut of being mundane while other products are innovative. Take for instance, the slick and futuristic looking Boynq Alibi Computer […]